CD Projekt RED made the information once more this week, confirming it had been focused by a ransomware attack. Getting access to a big swathe of worker information, this nameless hacker additionally threatened to launch The Witcher 3, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and Cyberpunk 2077’s supply codes, giving CD Projekt RED 48 hours to satisfy their calls for.
CD Projekt RED subsequently refused to negotiate, as an alternative referring themselves to Poland’s Private Information Safety workplace. That point restrict has since expired and now, it seems these supply codes have gone up for public sale.
As reported by vx-underground, bids are allegedly beginning at $1 million for the whole cache – which is rumoured to incorporate The Witcher 3’s next-gen upgrade – accepting $7 million for a direct buy. No point out was made in regards to the worker information, however Gwent’s supply code has leaked individually within the meantime.
CD Projekt RED has not responded to this present growth, however it supplied a Twitter update final evening for former workers. Confirming “we do not possess proof that any of your private information was accessed”, it nonetheless suggested folks to take precautions nonetheless.